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FDA Approves First Instant Anemia Test

Jan 1, 2006

An instant result that is easy to understand

Biosafe Medical Technologies of Lake Forest, Illinois, offers an Instant Anemia Test—the first-ever disposable blood test for anemia detection approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

The Biosafe Anemia Test produces an instant result that is easy to understand and as accurate as a standard laboratory analysis.

For more information, contact Jeremy Warner by phone at (847) 234-8111, by fax at (847) 234-8222 or via e-mail to jwarner@ebiosafe.com.


Anemia is a blood condition in which there is a lower than normal number of red blood cells present, usually identified by a decrease in the amount of hemoglobin.

Source: BioSafe Medical Technologies


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